Martin Brudnizki designs Thompson Miami Beach

Thompson Hotels opened the Thompson Miami Beach, with a design that merges Art Deco with mid-century and Miami Modern. Thompson Miami Beach has a design that merges Art Deco with mid-century and Miami Modern. Showcasing the work of British interior designer Martin Brudnizki, the property uses products from Astoria Compass, which created a collection of upholstered seating recalling the ideals of 1950s glamor.

Playing with patterns and colors, Astoria Compass created armchairs in tropical florals, as well as sectional sofas with cushions in coordinating hues for the guestrooms. Astoria Compass also refurbished a collection of vintage furniture for the hotel’s public spaces.

Thompson Miami Beach, which is located at Miami Beach, Florida, has various room types available, with the rooms including beds with custom-made 400-thread-count Sferra linens; bathrooms with rain showers and oversized Frette terrycloth robes; 42 inch flat-screen televisions with movie libraries; Wi-Fi connectivity; in-room safes that accommodate laptops; a gourmet mini-bar; and 24-hour in-room dining.

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For events, the property has seven venues totaling over 47,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space and suites. The property similarly has tropical gardens and lounges with ocean views, indoor/outdoor restaurants, two pools, a Library Bar and 1930s house; all with menus from local chef Michelle Bernstein.

Other amenities include: The Spa at Thompson Miami Beach, a rooftop, outdoor spa; fitness center; and a pool.

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